Montpelier - The smallest State Capitol in the USA. Home of the New England Culinary Institute. The beautiful state campital with its gold dome. Tours available.
Barre Town's Rec. Field -Barre Town offers some of the finest municipal outdoor and athletic facilities in the state. At the recreation and athletic complex, located behind the Barre Town Middle & Elementary School on Websterville Road, the public can enjoy: · a regulation amateur softball field with lighting; · four tennis courts with lighting*; · an adult-sized baseball field with lighting; · a youth baseball field; · a volleyball court with lighting*; · two basketball courts; · a full-sized regulation soccer field; · a 400 meter running track; · a 16,000 square foot skatepark; · a picnic pavilion; · a nature trail; · numerous picnic sites; · an all-purpose playing field
Vermont Covered Bridges - Covered bridges symbolize small-town America. Something from the nineteenth century, picturesque and sentimental, "kissing bridges" or "courting bridges" recall a time when life was simpler. Explore many of the 107 covered bridges that dot the Vermont countryside.
Rock of Ages Granite Quarry - World's largest granite quarry. See granite cut, polished, carved. Monday - Friday 8 - 3:30pm Shuttle bus tours or Self tours are available. They also have a Gift Shop.